Recommended applications & uses
3.2mm Wire Diameter
4.3mm Wire Diameter
– Security fencing starts at 2.5mm
– for commercial uses we suggest 5mm thick wire
Dog runs / pens
– traditional dog fencing is 3mm. Suitable for medium to large dogs
Zoo / large animal enclosures
– chicken wire holes should be at least 50mm x 50mm
– Fox fencing should have 50mm x 50mm holes
– Badger mesh should have 50mm x 50mm holes
– Rabbit mesh should have 31mm x 31mm hole size
– Cat mesh should have 25mm x 25mm hole size
– Aviary mesh should have 13mm x 13mm hole size
– although the hole sizes for pond protection vary. Please check the size required first
Is it rigid?
Can it be rolled up?
Panels are cable tied together then shrink wrapped
We advise you order a minimum quantity of x3 panels to prevent damage during transit.
Can wires be cut
– with a good wire cutter
Made in UK
Conforms to British manufacturing standard
BS EN 10223-8:2013
Certificate of conformity
– upon request
Mesh Hole Size
75mm x 75mm
Galfan coated steel
Tensile strength range
Yes, conforms to British standard BS EN 10244-2:2009
Conforms to EN 60229:2008
Suited to Environments C2 – C5
C2 – C5
The following instructions show how to install a wire panel fence using
Step 1 – Mark Area
Mark a straight line for the fence between the two end posts.
Step 2 – Measure Distance
Use panels to measure the distance between the posts.
Step 3 – Install End Posts
Drive the end
posts 50cm into the ground using a post driver or mallet.
Ensure the posts face in the same direction.
Step 4 – Check for Same Height
Secure a string between the end posts, then check their installation height with a tape measure.
Step 5 – Check for Straightness
Use a spirit level to confirm that the posts have been installed perfectly straight.
Step 6 (Optional) – Set in Concrete
To achieve a stronger and more secure fence, place your posts in concrete by digging a 50cm hole and pouring cement into it for your post to sit in.
Step 7 – Install Middle Posts
To install middle posts, repeat steps 3-5.
Be sure to verify that the posts are oriented in the same direction and are being installed both straight and at the same height.
If you desire an even stronger fence, you can also use concrete to secure the middle posts.
Step 8 – Attach Panels
Begin at the end post and fasten the mesh to it using cable ties, which can be threaded through the pre-drilled holes in the post.
You can add additional cable ties by enclosing the entire post.
Increase the spacing between the posts by overlapping the panels. Connect them by securing them together with cable ties.